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"The Rose that Grew From Concrete" by Tupac Shakur1.

This relates to of mice snd men because no one cared sbout George and Lennie's dream but they still held on to it and never let go.
Literary devices From poem

EX:"Did you hear about the rose that grew
from a crack in the concrete?" Because it ended up growing at the end of the book and that was it's dream from the start to grow.
Lit devices from poem 2
DEVICE: Personification
EX;Proving nature's law is wrong it
learned to walk with out having feet." Because plants cant physicsally walk and it represents with my theme that anything can happen if you dream of it.
Lit device from poem 3
DEVICE: Rhyme scheme
EX:"Funny it seems, but by keeping its dreams" This quote catches attention quickly with the seems and dreams part.

The poem

This related to of mice and men because they kept their dreams the whole time they just never got a chance to fufill them.
Quote from poem 3
"Long live the rose that grew from concrete when no one else ever cared." This quote means that it doesnt matter what other people think as long as you still have your dream.

The Rose That Grew From ConcreteWhat is striking about this image?

This has to do with my poem because the rose kept believing and had grew in concrete and thats how are accomplished.

On the eve of the industrial era, Swanscombe's population was 908 (in 1821), which had risen from 763 in 1801. It steadily increased after James Frost founded his cement factory, on a site on the edge of the marshes adjoining Galley Hill, in 1825. People from the neighbouring parishes and towns and even outside areas came to Swanscombe for employment. In 1833 Frost sold his interest in the cement works to the firm of Messrs Francis, White and Francis before the whole business was taken over by John Bazley White and Sons. White's produced "Portland Cement" -a superior product to Frost's "British Cement". The cement works had a tremendous effect on the parish and as the works grew in size, capacity and efficiency, so its all-pervading influence on Swanscombe developed. To begin with the factory was small and the chalk and clay pits associated with it were similarly small. After the 1840s the Galley Hill area, which was closest to the works, began to develop with housing and Bazley White founded the Galley Hill Elementary School in 1858. The northern part of the High Street developed during the 1850s, the public house called "The Alma" refers to the Battle of the Alma during the Crimean War of 1853 - 1856. It was also during these early years that Bazley White had his concrete house built at the entrance to the cement works. The house was one of the very first to be largely constructed of concrete and it resembled a Jacobean/Gothic mixture in its architecture, complete with concrete cavalier statues, gables and oriel windows. It became the offices of Swanscombe Urban District Council 1926 - 1964, and was demolished later in the 1960s.

Someday- we're gonna get the jack together and we're gonna have a little house and a couple of acres an' a cow and some pigs and-" (Steinback 16)
Rationale;This was a dream because george and lennie worked and was never able to do this but always kept hope and talked about it.
Quote 3 (From Book)

"Coulda been in the movies, an' had nice clothes- all them nice clothes like they wear." Rationale; Curley's wife always had a dream of being in movies but felt her dreams were crushed by her mother.
Quote from poem 1
"Did you hear about the rose that grew
from a crack in the concrete?" Rationale: Knowing that this is virtually impossible to happen, this relsted to Of Mice and Men because George and Kennies dream was almost impossible 'cause lennie would kill the animals by petting them.
Quote from poem 2
"but by keeping its dreams," This quote shows that you keep your dreams and never let go.

Analysis of Poems:The Rose That Grew From Concrete …

The Rose that Grew from Concrete is a collection of poems written by Tupac Shakur between 1989 and 1991.

Analysis of Poems:The Rose That Grew From Concrete and And Tomorrow by Tupac Shakur
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